115 is my ideal weight, but more importantly I want to get control of my eating. I'm now 120 and look a little chubby for my small size and frame.
Long.term goal: Develop a healthy relationship w. food--one where I don't base my day around my meals and succumb to binges.
February Challenge: Dessert no more than 2x/week
Fri, Feb 1-Thurs, Feb 7:
Fri, Feb 8-Thurs, Feb 14:
Fri, Feb 15-Thurs, Feb 21:
Fri, Feb 22-Thurs, Mar1:
OK Miss Williams, time to rein it back in. As I look back on last night's overeating, I have conflicting feelings. On one hand, my Thursday night home-alone binges used to be actual binges (i.e. eating until there was pain, stuffing a random assortment of whatever into my body) instead of just eating unnecessarily. Moreover, what I ate was mostly fruit. Neverthless, it was totally not needed, and I need to take a page from EmmaLee's book and be more mindful about sitting with cravings.
Thoughts: I'm happy with the "borrel" dinner last night. I ate slowly and wasn't stuffed, yet I ignored dessert. (I'm not counting fresh fruit as dessert). The hummus-walnut concoction was AMAZING, and I definitely be making it again.
60 min dvd (PAP Lower)
15 min cycle (to/from work)
20 min post-dinner walk
2 slices ww bread w. almond butter
14.00: Sm square dairy free granola (grains, nuts, coconut, dried fruit)
15.00: Small banana
16.45: Sm dish oatmeal w. 1 sm apple cut in
22.00: (borrel style) PLAN
Raw veggies (fennel, carrot, yllw pepper, radish)
Beat + walnut hummus
Baby baby shrimp--12sh? w. koriander + lime
Goat cheese: 2.25 little circles
2.5 glasses cava
1 glass white wine